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Here’s how the heiress stays fit.

Paris Hilton spent the weekend living it up at the Electric Daisy Carnival in Sin City! The DJ, heiress, and reality star flaunted her famous figure in swimsuits custom created for her by designer Shay Todd as she hit the annual shindig with her friends. How does the 41-year-old maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 8 of Paris Hilton's top do's and don'ts of staying in shape both mentally and physically and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


Don't Stop Moving

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Paris hates the gym so she manages to stay moving. "Since they just shut down all of the gyms again, I thought it would be a fun video to post of how people could work out at home—with of course my Paris twist to it," she joked during a video she shared during the pandemic. "I never really work out in real life, because I am constantly so busy that my life is like a work out. Shopping is my cardio."


Do Try Fitness Gadgets

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Paris is a big fan fitness gadgets. "​​I bought this thing called a Neurotris Full Body System, and I'm obsessed. I don't work out because I just don't have time, and I'm not really into it. So when I'm getting a facial, I just lie there and this machine attaches to your body and is basically like doing a million sit-ups. You just lie down and relax, but your whole body's being worked out the whole time. I think that's an amazing hack for working out and not actually having to do anything," she told Glamour.


Don't Skimp on Sleep

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Paris makes sure to get her beauty sleep. "Sleep is so important," she told Well+Good. "I notice such a huge difference from when I used to have nightmares and not get sleep, because it would affect my entire day and I would be exhausted and not in a good mood. When I do get [good] sleep, I feel awake and energized and happy and in a way better mood." She also told the Wall Street Journal that she previously suffered from "very bad insomnia" but that filming her documentary was "healing" and ended her nightmares. "For sleep, I probably need eight to 10 hours to feel really great the next day. My hours have changed so much; I used to be up so late at night and traveling 250 days out of the year and deejaying very late-night sets, so I used to wake up a lot later," she said. 


Don't Diet


Paris avoids crash diets. "I just don't think I could go for 40 days without something. If I did, I'd probably just give up chocolate and McDonald's. I've never tried to give up anything before. I don't like diets. My weaknesses are cotton candy and French fries," she told People. 


Don't Skip Breakfast


Paris eats first thing in the morning. "I get up around 7 a.m., it's the first day of the week, so I like to be on top of everything since I have so much to do. The first thing I do when I wake up is play with my puppies…. Then I'll go down to the kitchen and make breakfast for my puppies and myself," she dished to the Wall Street Journal. "I love cooking breakfast. It's one of my favorite meals. One of my favorite things to cook is banana French toast, so that with fresh-squeezed orange juice and Rice Krispies or Lucky Charms. It's my favorite breakfast." 


Do Take Supplements

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Paris is a fan of supplementation, in order to ensure she is getting the vitamins and nutrients she needs. "I like taking vitamin A, E and B, and biotin," she told the Wall Street Journal. 


Do Outdoor Activities

Paris enjoys burning calories doing outdoor activities. "I've never been a gym person," Paris revealed to the Wall Street Journal. "My workout used to be just dancing, from being a deejay and having to go out at night and go to music festivals and things like that. But obviously with the world being shut down, it's different. So I like to do things that are fun, just being outdoors; I take my dogs for walks. I love going on hikes, playing tennis, going swimming, surfing, horseback riding, really just getting outside. Or shopping. That's my favorite workout." 

Leah Groth
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